Participant in Mob Scene (uncredited)
A Fair Rebel
Joan Fitzhugh - the Adopted Sister
The Sweetheart's Sister
In Telegraph Office (uncredited)
The Young Woman
Pillars of Society. Drama (revival). Written by Henrik Ibsen
. Directed by Winifred Lenihan
. 48th Street Theatre: 14 Oct 1931-Oct 1931 (2 performances). Cast: Alvin Barrett, Romney Brent
(as "Hilmar Tonnesen"), Anthony Mann
(credited as Anton Bundsmann), Jessie Busley, Barbara Child (as "Miss Rummel"), Frank Conlan
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Miss Dorothy Gish
5' 2" (1.57 m)
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One producer told me of an experience he had when he was showing a picture of the French Revolution. He overheard one girl say to another that she did not want to be educated about the French revolution and that she was fed up until the love scenes came along. The little servant girl and the little shop-girl of America want see pictures where 'Lady Mary' comes majestically into a room full of ...
While under contract to Paramount in the early 1920s, the studio published an instruction pamphlet titled "Proper Inspection, Splicing, and Care of Films" for local movie theaters and distributors. Dorothy modeled for the photographs in the pamphlet that illustrated how to handle, repair and store film.